One-Punch Takes Down Two


Saitama “One-Punch Man” won both of his exhibition fights last week. The first by knockout in the second round, and the second by TKO in the first. Saitama is clearly a force to be reckoned with, showcasing unmatched power in his strikes that take down opponents with ease. Saitama had warned his challengers that he wouldn’t be beat, and so far that confidence has been warranted. Not a single scratch on Saitama through two fights, and he’s still training every day, improving on those skills and becoming a monster to face in the octagon. There are still a lot of challengers undefeated so its still early. But Saitama looks to be bad enough to go the distance. The efficiency he has shown is guaranteed to keep him fresh for any fight, and very few will have the ability to dodge his precise punches. If they connect? You have no chance. It’s game over.

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2 Comments on this post.
  • Wally
    5 October 2020 at 8:13 pm

    Can’t wait to see Saitama do his thing in the octagon… going to be a show!

  • StackTheRacks12
    5 October 2020 at 8:40 pm

    We’ll see how strong them punches really is 👀

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